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Hotels and Tourism

Chocktaw hotel (2007)

Philadelphia, MS

Financed a new hotel on Choctaw lands to jobs and economic development back after the devastation of Katrina

Coyote Valley hotel and wastewater treatment upgrades (2017)

Redwood Valley, CA

The new Coyote Valley Hotel will be 55,000 sq. ft. and will have 101 guest rooms. It is located along US Highway 101, a major commercial artery bringing customers through

Independent Nation ()

Sunland Park, NM

Small Loan Pool for $3,500,000 to support the construction of the newly developed entertainment destination located in Sunland Park, New Mexico. The $3,500,000 loan to IN, LLC will be made

Hotel St. Cloud (2022)

Canon City, CO

Project consists of the redevelopment of a historic Main Street building in Downtown Canon City, CO, a National Register Historic District. Transaction proceeds will include the rehab of 2 buildings

New Haas Hall Campus Rejuvenates Historic Building ()

New Markets Tax Credit Funding Helps Carry First National Bank Building Legacy Forward ()

Developer plans $160M mixed-used project near Anschutz Medical Campus ()

Valley 101: The history of The Swindall Inn, a boarding house for black tourists in Phoenix ()

The United Building (2018)

Akron, OH

Offices, hotel, restaurants: Located on the corner of South Main and East Market Streets, developer Tony Troppe redeveloped the 58,000 square foot historic structure into a modern day office building.

Maverick Helicopters (2020)

Las Vegas, NV
NMTC helped a business make it through the pandemic without having to sell assets or lay off staff.

Marriott Spring Hill Hotel Urban Hospitality (2019)

Albuquerque, NM

The project, which is being developed by Albuquerque’s Titan Development and Maestas Development Group, is a nearly 93,000-square-foot, 118-room hotel on Central Avenue. It is also set to be the

Hotel Andaluz (2007)

Albuquerque, NM

NMTC financing supported the rehab of the historic Hilton Hotel Andaluz. The project brought new jobs to the community, many of which were set-aside for Native Americans.

Ariel On Broadway (2018)

Lorain, OH

Rehabilitation of a historic landmark that was originally built in 1925. The facility, which now drives tourism dollars to the reason, has great views of Lake Erie, the Lighthouse, the

Grass Valley Courtyard Suites (2006)

Grass Valley, CA
NMTC financing supported an expansion of a small, boutique hotel in Grass Valley, CA.

Historic Coronado Motor Hotel (2020)

Yuma,
The Historic Coronado Motor hotel provides services to tourists and travelers while also providing jobs to the local community.

The Tudor Arms Cleveland Hotel (2009)

Cleveland, OH

Transformed a landmark building at the edge of University Circle into a 154-room hotel, with a vintage swimming pool, a wood-paneled lobby and a floor of restored ballrooms and event

Avery (2021)

Boise, ID
The rehabilitation and redevelopment of the 26,250 sq. ft. A. Tiner Building in downtown Boise, ID.

Highwall (2021)

Delbarton, WV

The burden of substance abuse in rural West Virginia highlights the need for innovative approaches to curb the initiation of drug misuse and address current substance use disorders. The Highwall’s

Stadium Lodging, LLC 2 (2021)

Columbia, MO

Stadium Lodging is a franchisee operating a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel along with a restaurant in the hotel lobby. Due to the nature of the dining and restaurant industries,

Stadium Lodging, LLC (2021)

Columbia, MO

Stadium Lodging is a franchisee operating a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel along with a restaurant in the hotel lobby. Due to the nature of the dining and restaurant industries,

NMTC Investments help Moosehead businesses expand and diversify to support region’s tourism economy ()

With the help of the Northern Forest Center’s Tourism Investment Program and the NMTC Greenville will see new investments.

Center in the Square/Market Square (2011)

Roanoke, VA
Since its inception in 1983, Center in the Square has been the major catalyst for development and renewal in downtown Roanoke, VA.

The Mill Redevelopment (2014)

Starkville, MS
The adaptive reuse of a historic, 111-year old shuttered cotton mill and new construction on a site that has been virtually inactive since 1962.

Birthplace of Country Music Museum (2012)

Bristol, VA
The Birthplace of Country Music Cultural Heritage Center has expanded the live music scene and stimulated the development of new businesses, including restaurants, hotels, breweries, and retail.

Hill Building Rehab (2007)

Durham, NC
NMTC financing to rehab the Morgens Brothers building, constructed in 1910.

McMinnville Hampton Inn (2020)

McMinnville, TN
Devlopment of a 74-room Hampton Inn hotel and a 20,000 sq. ft. retail center in the town of McMinnville, TN.

Richmond Times Dispatch Building (2020)

Richmond, VA
Renovation of the 166,276 SF, four-story Richmond Times Dispatch (RTD) building, consisting of a reconfigured and updated home for RTD personnel, a corporate headquarters for Shamin Hotels and additional office

Morrier Hotel (2005)

Yakima, WA
The construction of the Morrier Hotel is expected to help revitalize the City’s downtown by attracting tourists and new customers to nearby businesses.

Cobblestone Hotel Torrington (2018)

Torrington, WY
The project helps support local businessses and the downtown area ofa small town.

AC Hotel (2016)

Spartanburg, SC
Spartanburg, SC has historically been known as “Hub City” due to its prevalence of railways.

Haas Hall Academy (2017)

Rogers, AR
The former Lane Hotel at Second and Poplar streets downtown was renovated for one of Haas Hall Academy's newest campuses.

Coyote Valley Hotel and Wastewater (2018)

Redwood Valley, CA
NMTC financing supported the Coyote Valley Hotel and Wastewater project.

Abraham Lincoln Tower (2017)

Reading, PA
Lincoln Hotel Logs New Life, Thanks to NMTC

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (2011)

Portland, OR
The renovation of the historic Globe Hotel building (1911) into a new home for OCOM, one of the oldest colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the U.S.

Piatt Place (2014)

Pittsburgh, PA
Rehab of a 265,000 squarefoot vacant department store in downtown Pittsburgh.

Bakery Square (2009)

Pittsburgh, PA
The Bakery Square project is a critical catalyst in the revitalization of the East Liberty Section of Pittsburgh.